Four Alaskan artisans are taking their incredible talent and combining it with savvy business sense in a way that adds to the local economy and gives tourists and residents alike the opportunity to buy amazing—wearable—works of art.
This April, the Kotzebue community helped Alaska Business Week kick off a tenth year of operations when students walked through the doors of the UA Chukchi campus.
ChemTrack is an 8(a) and Economically Disadvantaged Women-Owned Small Business (EDWOSB) specializing in environmental engineering, remediation services, spill management, emergency response, and construction.
The SBA 2019 Alaska Small Business Persons of the Year are Shelley Bramstedt, Jan Tatham, and John Tatham, owners of PIP Printing of Alaska.
“This year’s nominees, received from around the state, personify the spirit of Alaska itself,” SBA Alaska District Director Nancy Porzio said.
Able Body Shop has been officially Certified by Assured Performance, a non-profit consumer advocacy organization for maintaining the right tools, equipment, training and facilities necessary to repair the participating Automaker brand vehicles according to the manufacturer’s specifications.
The Anchorage Midtown Farmers Market will be held on Saturdays starting June 22 in the BP Alaska building parking lot. Approximately twenty-five vendors are expected to sell their products at the new market.
Many people only associate Native corporations with resource extraction projects and investments; however, most have far more diversified investment portfolios, with many teaming up with local businesses.
Today’s challenges to housing in Alaska include affordability, old or inadequate construction, inefficient use of energy.
With an economy under duress in Alaska, many companies are struggling to keep their workforces engaged and motivated.